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Introduction
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Broadening The Digital Divide
People Affected (1 of 2)
People Affected (2 of 2)
Government Push
Lessons Learned (1 of 10)
Lessons Learned (2 of 10)
Lessons Learned (3 of 10)
Lessons Learned (4 of 10)
Lessons Learned (5 of 10)
Lessons Learned (6 of 10)
Lessons Learned (7 of 10)
Lessons Learned (8 of 10)
Lessons Learned (9 of 10)
Lessons Learned (10 of 10)
Is Your Web Site Compliant?
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Users that don't have a sound card or a video card, or speakers.

People who physically can't use a mouse or keyboard or don't have either item.

Users with text-only browsers such as Lynx.

Users who went into Preferences in their browser and turned the graphics off.

This notion of "Universal Design" isn't going away anytime soon. All web developers will be confronted with this issue. They will be tasked to design websites that don't exclude any certain group.

Will you be able to step up and meet that challenge?

As with handicapped ramps and bathrooms in the past, the government has taken the first step in this initiative.